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freeze warning in effect for parts of the viewing area. this is north and west of washington, this freeze warning where temperatures could dip below -- or to the freezing level is what i should say. it is those counseleddies in the lighter blue so it is well north and west of the city. closer, we do have a frost advisory in effect. both of those warnings and advisories in effect until 9:00 this morning. then for tonight, there is a freeze watch for tonight. we'll talk to you about that a little bit later on. here is a look at the satellite- radar composite for the morning hours. not a bad start to the day. yeah, it is cold but we've got mostly clear skies. a few clouds will be coming through during these morning hours. we'll see a good a sunshine through the day today. temperatures right now across the region in d.c., 46 degrees. temperatures basically in the 40s. couple of spots in the 30s. as you look we'll out to the
north and west, pittsburgh, 33 degrees today. it will be a cool one. i think we'll top out in the low be maybe the mid-50s. so a cool day but with lots of sunshine. not a bad one, just a cool one. >> as long as we've got the sunshine with us for most of the week. >> well, for most of the week. >> all right. thank you, tony. >> let's check in with julie wright. >> good morning to you all. we are off to a quiet start around the capital beltway with no incidents to report down south of town at the wilson bridge. traveling south along 270 out of gaithersburg, lanes are open as you work your way out of rockville. be very careful as you work your a along northbound 301 at hawthorne, two dead deer there. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. a tier "plot foiled just in
time. this morning, there is a new chief suspect in the bomb plot to put explosives on cargo planes headed for chicago. sarah simmons has more on the man believed to be behind this. >> reporter: u.s. and yemeni officials believe the same bomb maker is behind the recent packages discovered in britain and dubai, also the same behind the christmas day failed bombing attempt and some explosives that went off severely injuring a saudi counterterrorism official in the summer of 2009. the chief suspect they are talking about is the presumed bomb maker, ibrahim hassan al- asiri. officials think he is hiding in yemen and working with an al- qaeda affiliate. sources tell fox the explosive petn was present in the recent packages in britain and dubai, the same explosive used in the
christmas day device. >> the quality and the power of the explosive that was found in england is more powerful, far more powerful, than the one that was used on christmas day. >> reporter: in the yemeni capital, demonstrations were held outside the home where one woman was arrested saturday on suspicion of mailing the packages. local officials there say she was released on bail because she didn't sign the shipping documents. now, the u.s. and british are sending forensic teams toon to head to yemen to try to track down all of the components found inside those bombs. sarah simmons, back to you. a utah man as warred for allegedly issuing a bomb threat because he was angry he had missed his flight out of denver. it heaped saturday on a flight headed to salt lake city. officials say the plane was still on the ground when the upset traveler claimed there
was a bomb in his luggage that was already on board the plane. the flight was delayed for about an hour. a flight to new york city was diverted after reports of an odor in the cabin. the vision airlines plane was carrying 154 passengers. it was a precautionary landing. the plane was inspected and allowed to take off. some last-minute campaigning today as voters get set to head to the polls in the mid-terms. one big contest to race is that for maryland governor. elsewhere, president obama visited four states ending in ohio hoping to drum up support for democratic candidates. former vice president candidate sarah palin stumped for republicans with an appearance on fox news sunday. there is an iphone app that allows to you track the latest
polls as wells the results of tomorrow's races. the america's election headquarters app for the iphone is available now. the marine corps marathon went off without a hitch over the weekend despite security concerns in the wake of four recent shootings targeting three different military buildings in the last two weeks. 30,000 runners took to the course. the winner, an ohio man finished in two hours and 23 minutes. the first woman crossed the fun issue line about 15 minutes later. nobody seemed too worried about the shootings. >> i am just not going to let them take me down and take over my life. >> you can either let it bother you to paralysis or you can continue with your life. we continue with our life to show them you are not going to win. >> authorities are still looking for the person who fired shots at the pentagon, twice at the marine corps museum and at a mayor faction count -- at a fairfax county
marine recruiting center. the burgundy and gold had many chances but they can't put way the lions. less than two minutes to go, coach shanahan pulled donovan mcnabb for rex grossman and on his first play, he fumbled. the lions pick it up and take it in for a touchdown. mind you, donovan mcnabb has made his living on game-winning drives. >> at the end with rex knowing how to run that two-minute offense, i felt that gave us the best chance to win. >> if you are asking who i want to be in there, yes. i think any quarterback wants to be in there. that is something you get measured by, two-minute drives, being able to drive down and win the game. >> certainly, a lot of questions to be answered surrounding this one, particularly that decision by coach shanahan. coming up later this hour, dave ross is here for our monday morning quarterback. political history in one country's election. coming up next, which country just voted in its first female president. a protest at the vatican.
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new this morning, some activity at indonesia's most volatile volcano. clouds of gas and debris flew thousands of feet into the air at mt. merapi. nearly two dozen other volcanos in indonesia are being closely watched. a history-making moment in brazil has the country elected its first female president. she won sunday's run-off election by over 50%. supporters took to the streets in celebration. the new president vowed to continue to fight against inequality and fight for human rights and fight for more gender equality and honor the women. at the vatican, protesters gathered there to demand the catholic church do more to end
clergy abuse of children. organizers want them to recognize the problem as a crime against humanity. only a handful were allowed to meet with a church spokesperson. one of the men said they were met with a chilly reception. jury selection begins in the trial of a man accused of kidnapping elizabeth smart. prosecutors say the man kidnapped then 14-year-old smart from her utah home and took her to san diego. mitchell could get live in prison. his wife was sentenced to 15 years in prison after she pled guilty to kidnapping charges. thousands of people flocking to the national mall for a rally like no other, the rally to restore sanity. >> we'll take you there and hear from some people who attended that rally. we've got the latest on today's forecast. it will be a cool one. take the jacket with you. you will need it. julie wright is here to tell us what is happening on the roads. stay with us. fox 5 morning news will be right back. u
just a couple of people heading into town. >> november 1st and we've got cool air in place. we've got below normal temperatures and we will for a while. we should be milder than this but not going to be for this week. let's take a look out there. we'll start with the bus stop forecast. later on, as the you do, you are going to see partial sunshine. we've got mostly sunny here. right now, we have clouds coming across. cold temperatures, temperatures in the lower 40s. some of you in the outlying
suburbs in the 30s. sunrise this morning at 7:36. in the district, not too bad, 46 degrees. check it out. parts of gaithersburg, 34. frederick, maryland, 34 degrees. hagerstown, 39. manassas, it is 36 degrees. dulles airport is at 44. annapolis is at 43. a cold start to the day absolutely, to be sure, across the region. i should mention that well to the north and west, there is a freeze warning in effect for this morning until 9:00 and a frost advisory in effect for some counties closer to the washington metropolitan area. here is a look at your satellite-radar. just a couple of clouds coming through right now. reagan national reporting mostly cloudy skies at this hour. more cloud cover up to the north. mostly clear skies across the mid-atlantic and that will be the main feature for today. we'll see a lot of sunshine today. here is a look at the jet stream. you are wondering what is going on with our temperatures. can you probably guess for you are a long-time view are and you know your weather, the jet
stream has sunken down far to the south allowing a lot of that cool air. remember that big storm system that we had last week that, pulled that cold air down across much of the eastern united states, temperatures dipping to the 50s for your highs. your forecast for today, mostly sunny skies, cool this afternoon, high about 54 degrees. our average high would be 62 for this date. for your five-day forecast, it will be cool all week with below normal temperatures. cold at night, overnight lows in the 30s again tonight. we have a freeze watch in effect for tonight into tomorrow morning. partly sunny on wednesday. rain likely on thursday. we think that thursday, possibly friday, fairly messy days. certainly thursday with rain and a cool rain too. overnight lows into the 40s. that is a look at what is happening with the weather. now, let's got more on this morning's rush hour traffic. >> i saw some friends of yours
over the weekend. >> who did you see? >> mike o'meara and kurt mcewen. >> i hope you told them i said hi. >> i did. they send their best. traffic volume on the outer loop of the beltway rolling at speed. southbound 95, # 95 good to g o -- 295 good to go out of laurel. northbound i-95, no trouble spots to report leaving lorton to the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. it was a huge turnout at the rally to restore sanity and/or fear on the national mall. >> here is what we are going to do. we are going to count off. >> that who take a while. with a crowd estimated up to 200,000 flooding the mall saturday for a mix of activism
and humor, the rally a parody of glenn beck's restoring honor rally back in august. >> there are terrorists and racists and stalinists and theocrats but those are titles that must be earned. you must have the resume. not being able to distinguish between real racists and tea partiers or real bigots and juan williams or rick san these is an insult not only to those people but to the racists themselves who have put in the exhausting effort it takes to hate. >> many people believe the rally succeeded in getting people involved and thinking about our future. >> john henrehan heard that firsthand as he moved through the crowd over the weekend. take a listen.
>> reporter: they came by the thousands and thousands. to give you an idea of how big the crowd was, here is a look from the top of the washington monument. many rebelled in the size of the crowd. >> i'm happy this many people are here t -- it make me feel like -- i'm happy this many people are here. it makes me feel like i'm not alone in the world. >> reporter: did you really come from alaska for this rally? >> yes, we did. >> reporter: why? >> something i believe that is really important. this nation needs to get back to the issues and not just arguing with each other. >> reporter: why are you here? >> to join the crowd for people who want sanity. >> reporter: what do you think? >> i can't hear anything but we're having a great time. >> i'm holding one thing. i actually want the elite running my country.
i wouldn't want somebody who doesn't know anything running my country. >> reporter: this muse lull -- this muslim familiar flew in to agree with jon stewart. >> we are not either republicans or dreamts or terrorists or whatever we might be labeled in this country. >> reporter: only about one in 0 people in the crowd was carrying a sign but many were whimsical to baffling. here is a sampling of what we saw. at one of the more unusual rallies to ever come to washington, john-rehand, fox --
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take a closer look at keith fimian and his inspection business. fimian's former business partner said fimian lied, his record "built upon a fraud." his business sued more than 40 times. slapped with thousands in liens. its corporate status revoked. now we learn fimian signed a campaign pledge that protected tax breaks for corporations outsourcing jobs. fraud, failed policies. unfortunately, that's keith fimian.
we are back now on this monday morning as we get a live look outside. very chilly start to the day. tony will talk more about that coming up in just a second. first, no shortage of ghosts and ghouls and goblins last night at the white house. the first family got into the spirit president obama and the first lady greeted some local children. for those of who you didn't get an invitation to the white house halloween party, the place to seened be seen is still apparently georgetown. >> pretty busy. lots of folks braving the cooler temperatures to show off their costumes. our roz plater was right in the middle of it all. >> reporter: halloween night in georgetown. you dress up in your favorite costume and hang out on m street you guys having a good
time. some of those costumes are pretty recognizable. mr.president. how are you? >> good. >> some of anothers. where is your head? -- some of the others. >> where is your head? what are you dressed up as? >> chilean miner. >> what is your costume? >> the high roller. >> in this economy? >> somebody has to be giving away millions of bucks. >> reporter: we also ran into the grim reaper who dressed up for everybody else who wouldn't. i thought you stopped smoking. >> you guys in the press aren't supposed to do this. >> reporter: what are you out doing, secretary clinton. >> i want to make the peace of the war. >> if you turn the camera off, lyle tyke to light this thing up. >> reporter: there were a lot of police out on the streets
but as far as we could tell, things looked frighteningly quiet. we've got here -- hello. the birds. >> yes, alfred hitchcock, the birds. i tried my best to emulate. what are you doing? >> i'm count dracula. >> be careful, dracula. >> yeah, sure. >> roz plater, fox 5 news. let's check in with sarah simmons. >> reporter: a new chief suspect in the cargo plane bomb plot from last week. we'll have the latest on the investigation when fox 5 morning news returns.
monday morning, november 1st, 2010 as we give you a live look at the washington monument. a very chilly start to the day after a pretty weekend. hopefully, we'll continue that trend for a few more days. >> went out to the north and west in western portions of maryland, some person pouring of west virginia, there is a freeze warning in effect. >> i believe it. >> and a frost advisory a little bit closer in. we are not under anything here in d.c. but a freeze warning for tonight. cold temperatures are here. let's show you the current temperatures around the region. there are some places in the
30s. right now, we are 46 in washington. it is 35 in baltimore. 34 in frederick, maryland. hagerstown, those are the areas where we have the freeze arounding in effect. winchester, 37 degrees there. 40 down in fredericksburg. there just happens to be a little bit of cloud cover coming through at least at the airport. they are reporting mostly cloudy skies at this hour. you can see during the last half hour, 45 minutes, we get the clouds moving in. they will move out too. we'll see plenty of sunshine for the bulk of the day today. the forecast for today look like this. it is a simple one. mostly sunny skies. quite cool this afternoon. high only in the low to mid- 50s. it will be a chilly day and i must say that the entire week look to be chilly with below normalpe long. tell you more about that coming up in just a little bit. >> okay. thank you. let's check in with julie once again with a look at traffic. >> we are starting off talking about 270 on the northbound side where we have reports of
an accident near route 80 in urbana. the southbound lanes are open. no problems to report there. northbound i-95 leaving lorton, the lanes are open there. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. a terror plot foiled just in time. sarah simmons this morning live in the newsroom with more details on the man believed to be behind the planned attack. >> reporter: u.s. and yemeni officials believe the same bomb maker is behind the packages discovered in britain and dubai as was behind the underwear bomb that failed to detonate last christmas if you remember and all the explosives that severely injured a saudi counterterrorism chief in the summer of 2009. the presumed bomb maker they are talking about is ibrahim hassan al-asiri. he is a saudi citizen who is on
the kingdom's most wanted list. officials think he is hiding in yemen and working with an al- qaeda affiliate, the operational planner. sources tell fox the explosive petn was present in the recent packages in britain and dubai. that is the same explosive used in the christmas day plot. >> very strong similarities of those three events that suggest to me that they are the works of an individual or individuals who are responsible for all three of those devices. >> reporter: in the meantime, in the yemeni capital, demonstrations were held outside the home where one woman was arrested saturday on suspicious of mailing the packages. local officials there say she was released on bail because she didn't sign the shipping
documents. apparently they say her identity had been stolen. team are expected to head to yemen to try to track down the bomb's components including some printers discovered in the packages. a utah man was arrested for allegedly issuing a bomb threat because he was angry that he had missed his night out of denver. this happened saturday on a sky west airlines flight headed to new york city. officials say the plane was on the ground when the upset traveler claimed there was a bomb in his luggage which was already on the plane. the flight was delayed for about an hour. the map was arrested -- the man was arrested. a flight to new york city was diverted after there were complaints of an odor in the cabin. the plane was inspected and allowed to take off. nobody was hurt and no word yet on where the plane was head. in charles county,
investigators are look ago the some suspicious activity involving an 8-year-old girl. she says she was followed near her bus stop in white plains on friday. she says a man got out of a van, walked behind her and tried to grab her were when she walked faster. she was able to get away and hop onto her school bus. tomorrow, voters head to the polls for the mid-term elections and one big contest to watch here in the area, the race for maryland governor. martin o'malley is leading in the polls. elsewhere, president obama's campaign swing across four states ending in ohio. sarah palin had this to say on fox news sunday. >> you blew it, president obama. we gave you the two years to fulfill your promise of making sure that our economy starts roaring back to life again. >> the president says there are
tight senate races in ohio, illinois, california, nevada and washington state. republicans will basically have to win all of them in order to take control of the senate. security concerns lingered over sunday's marine corps marathon in the wake of recent shootings aimed at military buildings. 30,000 runners took to the course but in the back of some peep's minds, shots fired at three buildings in recent week. federal investigators are still looking for the shooter. >> i am just not going to let them take me down and take over my life. >> you can either let it bother to you paralysis or you can continue with your life. we continue with our life to show them, you are not going to win. >> a man from ohio was the big
winner this year finishing in two hours and 15 minutes and about 15 minutes later, the first woman crossed the finish line. another skins game goes down to the wire. the game is 19-14. redskin on top and they go back and forth. mcnabb was pulled for rex grossman with less than two minute to go. grossman fumbles the ball, picked up by the lions and the skins lose 37-25. >> with rex knowing thousand run the two-minute offense, i felt that gave us the best chance to win. >> if you are asking who i want to be in there, the answer is yes. i think any quarterback wants to be in there. >> he understood why i did it. i don't think any quarterback likes it but you understand that i have to make the tough
decisions. >> the decision was made and i went with it. >> we'll talk more about this in 15 minutes. dave ross will join to us break down the game in our monday morning quarterback. you've heard of people snatching children's halloween candy. a teen says he was robbed at gunpoint to his candy. a deadly scene on the water as a boat packed with passengers capsizes. you are watching fox 5 morning news. woman 2 sync: let utilities hike our rates 72 percent. woman 1 sync: but i didn't know what he's done since he got fired as governor. man 2: ehrlich's raked in millions. man 3: he worked for a wall street bank that took 10 billion dollars from the bailout. woman 3: 10 billion of our money. woman 4: our money. woman 5 sync: and he worked for another bank that collapsed. man 4: costing tax payers 17 million. anncr: tell bob ehrlich big banks don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
the search will resume today for dozens of people lost when a boat capsized in india. more than 100 people were on the boat when a wave flipped it over. all of the victims had gone on a pilgrimage to a muslim shrine. a night out trick or treating turned dangerous for one ohio teen. the 14-year-old was robbed at good-bye for his candy. he says he was trick or treating with friends when a gunman got out of a vehicle and flashed a firearm. the suspect threatened to shoot the boy unless he gave him all of his candy. he handed it over and his mother called 911. after 84 years, pontiac has come to an agreement.
gm's agreement with pontiac dealers expires today. pontiac sale had fallen from their peak of nearly one million vehicles back in 1968. pontiac was known for models like the gto, the transam and the cat leap atwo plus two. a man who was often known as president john f. kennedy's alter ego and a special aide to the president died sunday because of stroke come indications. ted sorenson was a legendary speech writer and credited with president kennedy's inaugural address. his term was marked by cold war struggles and civil rights strife and the beginnings of u.s. intervention in vietnam. he died early yesterday afternoon. he was 82. we still ray lot more for you -- have a lot more for you on fox 5 morning news. the latest on the escalator
malfunction at metro which left several people injured. we'll be back right after this. and his inspection business. fimian's former business partner said fimian lied, his record "built upon a fraud." his business sued more than 40 times. slapped with thousands in liens. its corporate status revoked. now we learn fimian signed a campaign pledge that protected tax breaks for corporations outsourcing jobs. fraud, failed policies. unfortunately, that's keith fimian.
of november. glad you are along with us. our facebook fan of the day is richard gadsen. good morning to you. says the fox 5 morning news crew is just like family. >> if you would like to be our fan of the day, you can find us by searching and post a comment under richard's photo and tune in to find out if you've been selected. that's nice. i'm glad we're doing that. really good. >> i was looking at the facebook page last week on friday and there are so many people and i mean they are commenting throughout the course of the show which is really great on everything that is going on. >> we got a ton of comments about your halloween adventures, you and tucker. >> i heard about that all weekend long. it was fun. thank you for all the comments, they are very nice. >> we've been talking about how cold it is. it isn't just cold.
there is a freeze warning. >> yes, places like hagerstown, frederick, maryland, westminster, places where you see those. lets me start with that. i'll show you the areas covered by the freeze warning and there is also a frost advisory in effect this morning. let me get over to the map. i'll show you which is which. can you probably tell. the darker color is the frost advisory. this is the one closer to home. it includes montgomery county and fairfax county. it does not include washington, d.c. itself but these close-in counties, northern baltimore county under that frost sides. that is in effect until 9:00 a.m. because the temperatures are close enough that it could generate some frost. in baltimore, 35 degrees at last report. there is your freeze warning. it does include frederick, maryland, hagerstown, places like that where we've got the hard freeze that could be occurring in some places and harmful to your tender vegetation. in the district, not so bad.
we are at 46 degrees in the district. but check it out. as i mentioned, baltimore, 35. gaithersburg, 34. frederick, 34. hagerstown, 39. so some very cold air in place not just there, in virginia as well. a cold start to the day. you will need a coat in some places this morning. satellite-radar composite for the region, we've got some clouds in over us this morning and chilly conditions. nothing in the way of precipitation nor do i expect us to see any precipitation. high pressure really in control in much of the eastern united states so things will be quiet for a few days and then eventually we'll get another little weather system pushing in here for the end part of the week. for today though, forecast looks like this, eventually, mostly sunny skies. a cool day, highs only in the low to mid-50s. that is well below normal.
seven to 10 degrees below normal depending on where you are. then for tonight, another cold night. before a freeze watch that goes into effect for tonight. it does include washington, d.c. clear and cold, areas of frost likely. 36degrees for your overnight low in town. 55 and sunny tomorrow. wednesday, 57, partly sunny. thursday, rain is likely. 58degrees and on friday, mostly cloudy skies, 53 degrees. now, let's get an update on traffic with julie wright. >> 'tis the season and we've got unfortunately a couple of incidents where cars have struck deer and that is what we're talking about westbound along 28 as you approach great seneca highway for starters. southbound lanes are open out of rockville to the lane divide. this is northbound i-95 leaving
woodbridge. volume increasing here headed for the prince william parkway but lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. metro conducting a full investigation into an escalator malfunction at l'enfant plaza. four people ended up getting hurt on saturday afternoon. metro says the escalator stopped suddenly but one family maintains it suddenly sped up, went faster and faster, sending several people falling to the ground. it is the decision that sparked debate and maybe even a quarterback controversy. donovan mcnabb favor of rex grossman in the final minutes yesterday. >> we'll check in with dave ross in monday morning quarterback. maryland's governor martin o'malley.
endorsed by the washington post for his "tough, decisive steps" on the state budget and unwavering commitment to education. o'malley's made college more affordable. he's helping restore the health of the chesapeake bay, has forward-looking plans on transportation and a record reducing violent crime. governor martin o'malley. one leader moving maryland forward.
game four of the fall classic last night. world series, rangers at home trying to even up the series at two games apiece. the giants up by two with this home run and that would be the game winner. the shutout for san francisco, 4-0. the giants will try to end the series tonight. you can see it here on fox 5 at 8:00. loose ball. it is a live ball recovered by
the lions. touchdown! >> oh, my, oh, my, oh, my. what happened yesterday? redskins fans going to be talking about this one all day. donovan mcnabb benched at the end of the game during the potential game-winning drive and the redskins lose again to the detroit lions. dave ross here to try to sort it all out. i was in as much shock as anybody else watching that and thinking why do you pull the guy you brought in to be in these situations at a point in the game where i felt like they have a good chance to win this game. >> only down six points, two minutes to go. that is precisely the reason why he is here. the guy has done it before and to pull him inexplicably, i don't think there is any explanation for it. we heard the explanation as to why he did what he did. first things first, the offensive line was terrible. they were terrible all day long. constant pressure on donovan
mcnabb. seven sacks total. mcnabb's numbers seem not terrible. 210yards, a touchdown and one interception. he was down all the time. the offensive line, i know they are trying to make adjustments. they are just not. they are not running the ball effectively. ryan are to rain a little bit nicked up so williams had to come in. clinton portis, you are seeing where his value is. that is why ryan torain does not have a lot of experience. they have to act as the extra offensive linemen when they are out there and they are not helping out donovan mcnabb right now. again, it is hard. this is the last play of the game that donovan mcnabb played. it was a fourth down and he took a sack. that probably irritated mike
shanahan. when you look at it again, he didn't have a whole lot of options there. the frustration i think came out after the game. they asked don and they asked coach shanahan why the quarterback change was made. >> at the end of the game when awe minute left and rex knowing how to run that two-minute offense, felt with the time and no time-outs gave us the best chance to win. >> if you are asking, would you want to be in there, yes. that is something you get measured by, two-minute drives, being able to drive down and win the game. >> he understood why i did it. you have to make the tough decisions. >> the decision was made and i went with it. >> donovan mcnabb did not they his head coach under the bus. of his given ample opportunity to do that yesterday. >> he is a veteran. he knows not to do that. >> i think that is part of the reason why so many people are outraged, because he is classy. when you take him out of a game
that is a crucial game that you could potentially have been 5- 3, that you didn't found out if donovan mcnabb could have done the job being that is the big question today. >> the amazing work that calvin johnson did. >> not only could donovan mcnabb do this, he has done it for years. he has taken control of the ball game and do it. why would the coach come out and say rex grossman can run the two-minute offense better than donovan mcnabb. >> you really cannot -- there is no rational explanation to say yeah, that makes sense t makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. you can't do that to donovan mcnabb. i mean jim zorn stuck with jason campbell longer than mike shanahan stuck with donovan mcnabb. >> we'll talk about it more throughout the morning. dave will join us with more in